Museum and heritage centre for the villages of Godmersham and Crundale, set within the estate of Godmersham Park - the former home of Jane Austin's brother, Edward Knight. Visitors can learn about the Austin collection, and there is a small permanent exhibition room and visitors can also book appointments to view specific items from their archives.
While the house is closed to the public, a footpath runs through part of the estate, offering views of the house and the folly.

Opening Hours
Monday,  and Thursday (subject to staff availability)

Concessions available.

Small wheelchairs only due to limited space between display cases, one level.

Wye or Chilham Stations around 3 miles from each.

1 or 1a Canterbury or Ashford (alight at Godmersham Village Hall). Walk towards Godmersham Park (signposted ABDO College).

Advisory Notes
No admission to Godmersham House or Gardens.

Additional Notes
Gardens open twice a year as part of the National Garden Scheme (NGS), entrance is included with NGS tickets on those days only.

Picnic Area • Free Parking • Toilet

Picture Credit: © Godmersham Park Heritage Centre.

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